Ida Peterson Hodgson
31 August, 1883
- 22 December, 1936
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Mrs. L. E. Hodgson of
Notus, died Tuesday night. She is survived by her
husband and eight children among whom are Mrs. Perry Taylor
of Caldwell and Miss Jean Hodgson who was queen of the
homesteaders jubilee rodeo last summer. Mrs. Fred
Rowland is a sister of Mrs. Hodgson.
The body is at the Peckham establishment pending funeral
Also this article from The Caldwell
Thursday, 24 December, 1936
Set for Saturday
Funeral services for Mrs.
Ida Hodgson, 53, who died Tuesday at her home at Notus will
be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Baptist church at Notus
with Dr. F. E. Springer of the College of Idaho officiating.
burial will be at the Tucker Cemetery.
Mrs. Hodgson is survived by her husband, L. E. Hodgson; five
daughters, Mrs. Elva Lewis of Notus, Mrs. Doris Hill of
Caldwell, Mrs. Evelyn Smith of Grass Valley, Cal., Mrs.
Helen Taylor and Miss Jean Hodgson of Caldwell; two sons,
Don Hodgson of Portland and Wallace E. of Los Angeles; three
sisters, Mrs. Fred Rowland of Caldwell, Mrs. Leta Harding
and Mrs. R. C. Boatman of Notus and one brother, Lester
Peterson of Bremerton, Wash.
Hodgson was born at Lower Boise on August 31, 1883.
She was a member of the well-known Peterson family, early
Boise valley settlers. Her daughter, Miss Jean, was
queen of the Caldwell homesteader's jubilee rodeo last
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